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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 11- MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014 29 Attorneys General call on retail pharmacies to stop selling tobacco products Delaware Attorney, General Beau Biden and his colleagues in 27 states and territories are encouraging five of the nation's largest retail pharmacies to cease selling tobacco products in their stores. The attorneys general sent letters to Walgreens Co., Wal- mart Inc., Safeway Inc., Kroger Co. and Rite Aid Corp, urging them to follow the decision that CVS made last month to stop tobacco-product sales. In the let- ters, the attorneys general point out that tobacco-related diseases kill 480,000 people in the United States every year, which is more than AIDS, alcohol, illegal drug use, car accidents and firearms- related deaths combined. "There is a contradiction in having these dangerous and dev- astating tobacco products on the shelves of a retail chain that services healthcare needs," Biden and his colleagues wrote in their letter. "The availability of such products in a retail store that also serves as a pharmacy normalizes tobacco use." The attorneys general also note that, in recent years, the American Pharmacists Associa- tion called on pharmacies to stop selling tobacco products, and the American Medical Association approved a resolution oppos- ing the sale of tobacco products in pharmacies. The American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society and the Ameri- can Lung Association have also encouraged pharmacies to stop selling tobacco products. They also sent a letter to CVS to congratulate the chain for its February decision to stop selling tobacco products at its stores. Obituaries )) Mary D. Daisy, kind and loving wife Mary D. Daisey of Georgetown passed away Monday, April 7, 2014, at Delaware Hospice Center in Milford. She bravely battled cancer for almost a year. Born Feb. 28, 1955, in Seaford, she was the daughter of the late Earl and Charlotte McCutchen, who survives her. She was a kind and loving wife, loving mother, grandmother and friend who will truly be missed. She enjoyed an evening out at the Harrington Slots and always played her fa- vorite machine 5518 "Double Desire." In addition to her mother, she is survived by herhusband and companion of 4I years, Charles Daisey Sr.; and two sons: Charles Daisey Jr. and his companion Leslie Carolyn Shields of Sel- byville, and Roger L. Daisey of Georgetown. She also leaves behind her four grandchildren: Tylar Marie Spross, 17; Mackenzie Catelynn Daisey, 16; Logan Skylar Daisey, 13;and Collin Edward Mallet, 12; her brother, Earl McCutchen Jr.; and Sisters: Janet and Pamela. Her special friends are Frances Wyatt, who is also a sister-in- law, and her husband Jack; Rose Adams, who was also a caregiver; and Shirley Massey, and Ruth Wilson, who is also a sister-in- law. She has numerous extended family members and friends. She also loved her three little dogs: Smokey, Tiny, and Cocoa. A funeral service and Cel- ebration of Her Life will be held Monday, April 14, at 1 p.m., at Watson Funeral Home, 211 S. Washington St., Millsboro. Friends may call two hours prior for viewing and visitation, start- ing at 11 a.m. The Rev. James Van Der Wall will officiate, and interment follows at McColley's Cemetery, Redden Road, George- town. Floral tributes are welcome. Charles J. Eisner Jr., liked to fix things Charles ]. Eisner Jr., 88, of Ocean Pines, Md., passed away Wednesday, April 2, 2014, at At- lantic General Hospital in Berlin, Md. He was born June 15, 1925, to the late Charles James and Alice Catherine Eisner in Baltimore, Md. He was a U.S. Army veteran and served during World War II. He liked to fix things, and would repair other people's castoffs. He rebuilt a lot of bicycles for dona- tion to kids in need. He was very active, and continued working till only a few months ago. He is survived by his compan- ion of 16 years, Audrey Marston; anffdaughters: Lorraine Welden of Georgetown and Lisa Lockett ofFL Lauderdale, Fla. He has one sister, Carol Hundt of Crystal River, Fla. He is also survived by grandchildren: Danielle Dickens, Justin Elsner and Shawn Welden; and a great-granddaughter: Perry Dickens. He also leaves behind )Sign online guestbooks at: Call Fo Our I ; .... Exclusive Offers! extended family members and many friends. 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